Barn Conversion set in 5 acres
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Positioned deep within Warwickshire Cotswolds AONB and now with full residential planning permission. Parsons Barn is beautifully situated at the end of a long drive in a private position enjoying spectacular views across the Cotswold escarpment. Constructed by the local church diocese in 1871 of brick, under a tiled roof, the barn sits within grounds of approximately 5 acres (Lot 1), over 100 acres of agricultural land (Lot 2) and surrounded by unspoilt countryside.
Constructed by the local church diocese in 1871 of brick, under a tiled roof, the barn sits within grounds of approximately 5 acres (Lot 1), over 100 acres of agricultural land (Lot 2) and surrounded by unspoilt Cotswold countryside.
The barn is currently arranged as two currently separate yet interlinking dwellings. The first part of Parsons Barn, in residential use comprises, a kitchen/sitting room, dining room, study and utility room on the ground floor, with a master bedroom suite on the first floor, with an additional double bedroom suite and a double bedroom with mezzanine on the second floor. The rooms are well proportioned with views onto the gardens and surrounding grounds.
The second part, known as Vicarage Barn, is currently an immaculately presented holiday let. Entered via a full height, vaulted reception hall and galleried landing, kitchen, sitting room and two wellproportioned bedroom suites. The holiday let could also easily be made accessible from the main house via two currently closed doorways and has planning permission to be made fully residential as part of Parsons Barn.
This property has 5 acres of land.
Gardens and Residential Grounds
The grounds are totally private and with 360 degree views, extending to over 5 acres. To the front of the Barn is lawn, a well and stoned parking area, with views to the paddocks and pond to the east. To the west is an enclosed lawned area with a selection of fruit trees. To the south are grassed lands, trees and natural hedge rows.
Agricultural Land Parsons Barn is surrounded by over 100 acres of The Old Glebe Land of Long Compton Parish. This is in whole or in part is available separate negotiation as Lot 2. Of which 40 acres are in-hand and a further 60 acres are on a short term yearly FBT Tenancy.
Parsons Barn is accessed down a long drive, off the main street in the heart of Long Compton, sitting in its own grounds in the Cotswolds AONB. Within Long Compton is a village shop, an excellent public house, primary school and church, along with access to a network of footpaths and bridleways which link to the nearby villages of Whichford, Great Rollright and Little Compton.
Additional shopping facilities within the locality can be found in the market towns of Shipston-on-Stour, Moreton-in-Marsh and Chipping Norton having supermarkets and a variety of day-to-day amenities. Daylesford Organic Farm Shop is nearby.
Further leisure and more comprehensive shopping facilities can be found in the commercial centres of Cheltenham, Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon. E Schooling in the area includes a village school at Long Compton with further state and grammar schooling at Stratford-upon-Avon, Shipston, Warwick and Chipping Campden. Private schools include Kitebrook and Dormer House in Moreton-in-Marsh, Cheltenham Ladies, Cheltenham College and Dean Close in Cheltenham all of which can be accessed via a school bus from Moreton-in-Marsh. There is also Tudor Hall and Bloxham near Banbury and the array of Oxford Schools, The Dragon, Summerfields, The High, Magdalen College and St Edwards to name but a few. A school bus runs from Long Compton to Stratford-upon-Avon. T The area has excellent communications with easy access to London, Marylebone by train from Banbury taking about 50 minutes and London Paddington from Moreton-in-Marsh taking about 90 minutes, or Birmingham from Banbury taking about 45 minutes. M The M40 gives access to London and Birmingham and the M5 to the West Country. H Sporting and leisure facilities within the locality include hunting with the Warwickshire and Heythrop; golf at Chipping Norton, Tadmarton, Brailes, Broadway and Naunton; racing at Stratford and Cheltenham, along with the Royal Shakespeare Company heatre at Stratford and Soho Farmhouse only 11 miles away.
From Stow-on-the-Wold, take the A436 towards Chipping Norton. Upon reaching The Greedy Goose, turn right and then immediately left towards the Rollrights. Continue along the road until you meet the A3400 and turn left towards Long Compton. Proceed in to the village past the pub on your left and the driveway can be found opposite the village school, immediately past the village hall, on your left hand side. Continue down the long drive, being aware of the speed dips and Parsons Barn will be ahead of you.Read all
- Reception hall Kitchen / breakfast room / sitting room Dining room Study Utility room Cloakrooms
- Master bedroom suite Double bedroom suite Double bedroom with mezzanine
- Vicarage Barn (Currently Holiday Let): Reception hall Sitting room Kitchen 2 double bedroom suites
- (Now with Planning permission to be made fully residential)
- Garden & Grounds
- In all about 5 acres
- Additionnal land avaialble by separate negotiation
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